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EXMOUTH CHARGE

EXMOUTH CHARGE

Alleged Highway Robbery with Violence ACCUSED COMMITTED The son well-known ana respected Exmouth farmer appeared custody at the Exmouth Police Court. Tuesday. He was Seri geant-Major Harry Westcott, A.S.C., and the charge was of highwn robbery with violence at Exinouth on Decemb
31 December 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Presentation to Ippleoen Teacher

Presentation to Ippleoen Teacher

When the Council School children broke for their Christmas holidays, Miss Hilda Luscombe, who had been assistant in infant room for over ten years, was presented with a handsome needlework basket subscribed for School Managers, teachers, and scholars. The Rev. R. D. Cooke, chair
31 December 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
AN EX-SOLDIER

AN EX-SOLDIER

Locked Special Constables at Exeter An arrest made by two well-known Exonians acting special constables in Forestreet, Exeter, on Tuesday night, occupied the attention of Mr. S. Ward (in the chair) and Mr. F. T. at the City Police Court Wednesday. Thos. Hart, ex-soldier, of no f
31 December 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE "PEACE" SHIP

THE "PEACE" SHIP

' Remo,ed from *-s- "•
31 December 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Stratton Hero Killed in Action.

Stratton Hero Killed in Action.

Private W Squadion lit Vortii Devon Hussars, killed m £&. iile wit. Expeditionary wrs years age and son and Mrs. Medland.
31 December 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
War Office Anxious That Hunting Should Continue

War Office Anxious That Hunting Should Continue

The committee of the- South. Berks Hunt has received from the War Office a communication saying: The Director of Remounts has urged npon tho Director-General Recruiting that he is seriously concerned in the maintenance the Hunts, in view the necessity continuing the breeding and
31 December 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CITY TEMPLE PULPIT

CITY TEMPLE PULPIT

Why Dr. Hugh Black Declined Invitation The Rev. Hugh Black has given the reasons which caused him to decline the invitation* become minister the City Temple, and they appear letter which has dressed the editor the "Christian Com' monwealth" which is published thai journal this w
31 December 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Cost of the Liqhthouse Service

Cost of the Liqhthouse Service

The statement account of the General Lighthouse Fund for the year ended March last has been issued Whit* Paper. It. shows that the total income for tho was £608,512 and the total expenditure £543,377. There was balance in baud) the close the year against £69,325 on March 31, 191
31 December 1915 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
A MINER'S SUFFERING.

A MINER'S SUFFERING.

MINER'S SUFFERING. A. pajinful case was brought before the St. Helens magistrates to-dav, when charge of attempted suicide against Alex Hodgson, a rn r - ou 'ton-street, was withdrawn. Ihe Chief Constable said Hodgson was sufferms: irom Bright'* disease, and had not been able to
31 December 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
VIENNA CLIMBS DOWN.

VIENNA CLIMBS DOWN.

A CONCILIATORY NOTE TO WASHINGTON. MCONA AFFAIR. THE BOAT COMMANDER PUNISHED. COMPENSATION. PROMISE IN REGARD TO U.S. CITIZENS. The Austrian reply to the second American Note concerning the Ancona is at hand to-day. A Vienna telegram (says Reuter Amster dam wire) statop that the
31 December 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England